Paul Settle, one of the PCA’s most influential founders, has died. Settle, who resided in Greenville, South Carolina, was called home to be with the Lord on March 19, a few days shy of his 83rd ...
Woodham says he is still grateful for the way his addiction changed him. “I have realized how completely and totally I depend on Christ for my salvation. When Paul says, ‘I am not ashamed,’ it means I am not ashamed to admit that I am totally lost in my sinfulness.”Read the Article
The BTS Prison Initiative is the first free seminary program of its kind in Alabama, and is based on other successful programs in South Carolina and Louisiana. Its long-term goal is to train men who will minister to their fellow inmates and be a positive influence in prison.Read the Article
Nakah is confident in the power of the gospel, as proclaimed through Reformed, covenantal teaching, to change hearts and minds and move an entire continent from darkness to light.Read the Article
Fake news may be a fight not over truth, but over power. In other words, a struggle between different views of reality.Read the Article
In 2012, a fellow Montgomery pastor told DePace about his conversation with a Montgomery man who described FPC as “the church that would not let black people in.” DePace was stunned, so he delved into the church archives himself.Read the Article